Hello,

Very often when I'm writing an e-mail, I need to indicate that something (not necessarily an attachment) is being sent with it.

In such cases I write: "I am sending you the requested information..." Is it correct, or I should use "I send" and not the present continuous tense?
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I am curious as to how you can send something with an email other than as an attachment. However, use 'I am sending'.
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Good Day ,

Regarding your question ,

You could say ( I am sending you the information that you requested ) this would be better .

Cheers

Alex
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Not if it hasn't been requested, Alex. Please consider carefully before posting.
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Thank you!
Mister Micawber.
Not if it hasn't been requested, Alex. Please consider carefully before posting.
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I meant to tell him ( I am sending ) is the right one , So I gave an Example ...

Thanks anyway

Mister Micawber

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HI, i have one doubt please clarify.

am sending to you or am sending you to, please let me know which one is correct
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